Two Harvard men share in the prizes offered by Hart Schaffner and Marx for the best essays on economic subjects in the contest of 1920. For his thesis, "International Trade of the United States in the Greenback Period", F. D. Graham A.M. '17, P.H.D. '20, was awarded the second prize of $500 in class A, while $100 was given to R. D. Costigan '20 in class B for his study on "Nationalization of Collective Bargaining in the Men's Clothing Industry."
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